A Theory of Justice established Harvard professor John Rawls as one of the most influential political philosophers writing today. While continuing and revising the idea of justice as fairness, Rawls now changes Justice's philosophical interpretation of a homogenous moral society to one with a plurality of incompatible doctrines.A Theory of Justice established Harvard professor John Rawls as one of the most influential political philosophers writing today. While continuing and revising the idea of justice as fairness, Rawls now changes Justice's philosophical interpretation of a homogenous moral society to one with a plurality of incompatible doctrines.Read Less
Good. No dust jacket as issued. good, readable, useful copy with some shelf wear and minor staining to outside covers; textually without marking, highlighting, or underlining; useful, readable copy; spine and binding are strong and tight; Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 464 p. John Dewey Essays in Philosophy, 4. Audience: General/trade. Political liberalism preprsents a distinictive form of liberalism resting on an idea of free public reason that yeilds new insights into the questions of justice in our pluralistic society;
Near Fine+ No Jacket Issued. This is a solid and flat soft cover trade paperback Political Science book in Near Fine+ condition. c1996. It looks very, very lightly read, almost unread, with a very bright and very clean cover. This book has a smooth spine, and very nice edges and spine ends. The pages are tight & bright, no names, no highlighting. No black remainder marks. Very, very little shelf wear. Nice Book! 464 pages.
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The paperback edition of John Rawls' classic contains a new introduction and a "Reply to Habermas"--both of which are widely cited. The paperback edition is therefore worth getting not just for those who don't have the hardcover edition but for those who do.
I'm not going to write a review of the book itself because it's so famous; those who want to know more should consult the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy or such.
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